Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates details Otton Ride, battle MP and BP, eggs

That's certainly a different way to crack an egg.

Compile Heart has updated the official website for Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates, its upcoming PS Vita dungeon RPG, with new details.

Get the information below.

■ System

Otton Ride

Parute and company can hop on and ride Otton to reach places that might otherwise be hard to get to.

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

■ Battle

MP

MP (Muramura Points—Horny Points) accumulate when a character attacks or receives damage, and can be used to trigger skills.

—“Enhancement” and “Excitement”

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

By consuming a certain amount of MP, you can enter an “Enhancement” state where your parameters are increased.

Additionally, by accumulating MP, you can enter an “Excitement,” which gives you a more powerful parameter boost compared to “Enhancement,” and where you’ll obtain various benefits each turn.

—Special Moves

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

Only when in the “Excitement” state, you can use a special move. Triggering this special move will reduce your MP to 0.

BP

BP (Binbin Power—Erect Power) is an Otton-exclusive status. Otton’s charge gauge will accumulate from your commands.

—Otton Gun

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

By accumulating BP, you can release Otton’s natural power in the form of a special move known as Otton Gun.

■ Chest Growth

Egg Crack

You can obtain eggs from strange monsters. Within these eggs are items that may be useful on your adventure.

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

Using the Chest Growth system, the eggs can be cracked when stimulated by the girls’ chests.

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates

While you’ll get an item in some cases, there may also be cases where you get nothing.

Genkai Tokki: Seven Pirates is due out for PS Vita in Japan on August 4. If you missed it, we previously detailed the game’s systems, world map and dungeon exploration, story and characters—and even more characters.

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